I am a professional artist. I began my career as a wildlife illustrator. I have learned many techniques and have taught many classes covering such subjects as contour, gesture drawing as well as tools to create realistic portrayals of subject.
I have mainly given art instruction to middle schoolers. Since I retired from that, I have been instructing art to pre-K through 5th graders. My lessons for instruction are demonstrated through the use of art history (not too much), techniques, use of media (materials) exploration, self-expression, and hands-on activities.
I am certified to teach K-12 Art in SC and NC. I have a MAT from the University of South Carolina. I love to teach children and adults of all ages. My favorite part of Art is the hands on work and experimentation with different materials and techniques. Of course, you cannot have Art without Art history and the famous artists, important vocabulary, like elements and principles of Art.
I attended Central Washington University. I received my BA in Interdisciplinary studies there in 2015. I am currently writing a book about WWII and working on my Masters degree in History. I am also tutoring some of the local High school students already with their History and science studies.
I have a Bachelor's degree in biology with emphasis in cell and molecular biology, chemistry minor, and an Associate of Arts degree with emphasis in Fine Art/Studio Art. I tutor middle school through college freshman levels. My teaching method is not "one size fits all." I endeavor to meet students where they are and work to understand their needs and their level, and work with them from there.
I have nurtured the creativity and artistic dreams of students ages 3-83! I have a keen sense of nudging gently in areas of resistance and difficulty, while recognizing and building on each student's strengths and interests. I have been cited for 20+ years as a gifted artist and educator.
I give private art lessons to meet the students with the level they are at and push past fears . Teach them to better their skills that they have and stretch them to reach farther .
I think the magic of art comes from loving the practice. If you're not in love with what you're doing then why do it? I would love to help a student think creatively and solve the problems in their life through their artistic practice as well as improving their technical skill.
Recent graduate from CSUN with a B.A degree in Graphic Design. Working artist that has had shows across LA area. I have also taught mosiac mural/drawing/painting workshops to able and disabled pre-k-12th grade-adults. No problem if you've never done art before.
I am a retired highly qualified Art Teacher with an MA in Art education. I have been a professionally certified art Teacher for over 30 years. I have taught Art grades K- adult continuing education courses.
I don't expect you to be like anyone else. I have a knack for working with individuals to help them grow into their own unique style and voice. I will break it down in very specific terms where your work needs improvement and exactly how to go about it. Some of my teaching techniques are traditional and some are more avantgarde, it depends on what the situation and individual require.
MAYA (all levels except skinning and rigging) ZBRUSH (all levels) PHOTOSHOP (all levels) PHOTOGRAPHY (all levels) in both French or English. (Bilingual) Rather than a long speech, I'll let you judge for yourself: (hidden information) My way of teaching depends on your level. In general. Avoid doing too much theory; i'd rather train you, sitting next to you on a second computer.
Hello, Graduate School EMILE COHL, Lyon, and graduate school IPESAA (Montpellier) I give lessons for all levels, adapted according to the needs and desires! --------------------------------------- ALL LEVELS DURING DRAWING I offers classes for ALL , beginners / students / confirmed: - Illustration - Comics - Graphics and desktop publishing (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) - Painting - Sculpture...
The most important aspect to remember in art is there is no right or wrong. No matter what you get told, only personal opinions can get in the way. I do not believe you can teach art as such, but instead find a solution that will open up possibilities and answers for the artist. There is no good technique are bad technique, it is what works for the individual.
The mastery of many forms of art helps to understand the essence of these areas. I rely mainly on the narrative, the common point between these mediums of expression. Each story has a color, a technique, a domain to express it at best.
The classes are aimed at people who want to base the bases or deepen in any medium of the plastic arts. Practical exercises will be carried out together with the analysis of some texts that support the proposed contents. I am very open to experimentation and the search for creativity through my own intuition.
Would you like to learn how to turn your idea in an artwork? I'm here to help you! I offer live drawing lessons for figure out how to watch and develop your ideas on paper. Also, if your are more "technologic", I can intruduce you in the magical work of digital painting mostly with Photoshop on a graphic tablet.
I’m a London based artist who teaches short courses at Central St Martins. I also teach privately, one to one either in person or by Skype. My specialities are drawing, portfolio preparation, 3d and sculpture. I have taught all age groups from 6 year olds to 70 year olds but mostly my students are preparing for art college.
If you say yes to the questions above, I can guide you to level up in art. Showing you the Key elements of what I wish I have known when I was starting out.
My art teaching methodology is very hands on fun and practical. I always make sure my classes are engaging, fun and informative. Over the years i have learnt that the best way to teach creative classes is to be creative by example so i will often show students certain techniques and disciplines by engaging in an art work of my own.
My teaching is based on covering all the basic techniques of the orientations of the visual arts (all painting techniques, for example, human figure, perspective, representation systems, etc.).
My teaching method is based mainly on the understanding of what is being worked on, yes I like to be organized and to carry a structure in order to fulfill the stated objective but always customizing it to the user.
Mainly I like to guide and help my students build their knowledge through their own personal effort and research, making them realising everything that is related to their subject and giving them all the necessary means to evolve on their own. Building strong foundation of knowledge so in the future everything will add up.
I believe that all teaching is above all an exchange, that it must works bilaterally and that the form of teaching must adapt to the form of reception. I can prepare a lecture on a subject if it corresponds to your best way of learning or organize a workshop where points to study will emerge from the practice.
My classes are inspired by either a technique student wants to explore and learn or a specific artefact a client wants to make. In both cases we start from an idea, a goal, then develop it by making sketches, either on a paper or 3-dimensional, back-up the development with research on the topic and finally produce it in desirable material.
I would love to teach in a friendly, yet professional manner, similar to the education style I was exposed to in university. I would like to give as much freedom in making art, hence will mainly focus on giving criticism in order to inspire students. I believe that there is no such thing as bad art, and every child who is interested in making art will have the potential of being an artist.
I use various Teaching Methods, this includes the following: Learner-centered Education; Outcomes-based Education; Practice-based Education; Experiential Learning; Lectures & demonstrations; flexible/ semi-structured syllabus; and Performance Recognition through the publication of students'outputs in advocacy projects and art exhibitions.
There quite the handful of theory and a bit of art history involved before I actually get started with the painting part.
My teaching is based on idea development classes, integrating contemporary art and themes into my teaching requires a shift from predominantly technique-driven instruction to idea-driven instruction. Many artists do not work in a single medium or technique and instead try to explore an idea, event, situation, or question through multiple media and visual strategies; I encourage this methodology.
My teaching method is based on trust between student and teacher and on the "deformalization" of what is known as academia.
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